Video games often get a bad rap for being a waste of time, contributing to antisocial behavior, or even inspiring terrible violence. Often overlooked is their potential as an unrivaled source of learning and an untapped mechanism for teaching life principles.
In fact, I believe that many people who enjoy video games are routinely practicing desirable traits that can lead to real world success, if they are correctly applied. The one trait …
Thank you for playing. And see you next.
– From the Ending of Ninja Gaiden
Video games quotes to motivate and inspire your success at work and in life.
The following three allegamy lessons are from my panel at the 2014 Florida Supercon – enjoy!
Part 1 – Self Efficacy & Self Esteem
Part 2 – Avoiding Regret
Part 3 – Focus on What You Can Do
What is a lesson you have learned from video games?
A special shout out to Matt McKee- thanks for suggesting a lesson from Contra. Matt is an entrepreneur and has a passion for making a difference, marketing, technology, and sports – check out his blog and find out more at http://www.mattmckee.me/
The legendary Konami code – it is probably most famous for its use in the original Contra for the NES, when inputting Up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, …